Indeed I work for a hosting company and although it isn't frequent if a user reports random outages my standard response will be "Look at the server logs, or if you'd like me to do so please supply some login details".
Too many people don't know what they're looking for so offering to do if for them. I assume that if they don't trust me (as admin) they'll be hosting elsewhere and I'd always suggest they change their password(s) afterward.
Attempting to subvert bayasian filters such that future real spam can slip through more easily.
I'm sorry for my early morning terseness, then!
By contrast I've never heard of this book, or this guy, but I wrote xen-tools & xen-shell...
The difference is the site you go to:
If think there's a mobile/touch subdomain too - but I know when I visit facebook from my palm pre I end up on http://x.facebook.com./
I like many of the Will Smith films - but when it comes to "I Am Legend" I think the dog was the star of the film.
When he died I lost interest. I liked the bonding and team-thing they had going, enough to think a post-apocalypse film about "Man + Dog" would be interesting.
I assumed that since Debian's version of "stable" is two years older than Ubuntu's
Debian's current stable release was issued on February 14th 2009 - so its not even a year old at this point.
I ran X on a Pentium system with 8Mb of memory.
It would take a couple of minutes to start up, and launching netscape (with "-nojava") would take in the order of 60 seconds.
I cannot say it was fast, but it was fast enough given that I only had 28.8k dialup at the time.
Real Users never know what they want, but they always know when your program doesn't deliver it.